This reach-in closet originally had a single shelf and pole that is very common in many homes. The pole was set at the long hang height with a shelf above it. This wasted a lot of space from the floor to the bottom of their clothing. The homeowner wanted to utilize the whole closet but also needed function. She also requested drawers for a clean and organized look. We proposed that she turn the poles and put them back in the return wall so the clothes don't get lost in the back of the closet. Which also makes it very visible and accessible. This also allows us to fit eight raised panel drawers.
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